How Can I Observe Learners’ Thinking Moves Through Body & Movement Lenses?


Pictures Also Make Thinking Visible. This was my conclusion of the Inquiry Plan Action that I presented last Monday (29) at Concept São Paulo. As I explained previously, I displayed five photographs of a Pre-K3 student trying to reach the top of a trampoline during Body & Movement lessons, and she didn’t ask for help. She solved her problem by herself, taking actions, and recognizing what the best equipment to help her out was.

Mark Church from Harvard’s Project Zero came to lead us during our presentation making many connections to our daily basis. We had the opportunity to walk around as a Gallery Walk, knowing more about our coworkers’ projects.

If you come to Concept, visit our auditorium, there are banners by the wall with our projects. One of those banners are mine, and I’m feeling proud to show more about PE contents in a PBL school.

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